Ruffneck Scarves Canada Launches March 5

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Largest provider of custom soccer scarves in U.S. opens new division

Ruffneck Scarves, the largest provider of custom scarves in the United States, will launch a new division in Canada beginning on March 5.

Ruffneck Scarves Canada will be based in the Vancouver, B.C. area. Robin Regnier is president of Ruffneck Scarves Canada and he is well-connected in the Canadian soccer community. Regnier has been involved with E-commerce for the past 15 years.

As exclusive sub-licensee to Adidas for MLS, Ruffneck Scarves produces the licensed custom soccer scarves for the Montreal Impact, Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

“Sports fans across Canada are deeply passionate about their teams and Ruffneck Scarves Canada will provide fans across the country with more direct access to our custom scarves,” said Jeff McIntyre, president and co-founder of Ruffneck Scarves.

“Ruffneck Scarves is already an established brand in Canada,” said McIntyre, “and this venture enables us to better serve our Canadian-based customers, along with growing our brand in soccer, hockey and other sports throughout North America.”

Ruffneck Scarves Canada will focus on sales to schools, sports clubs, associations and corporations and will supply licensed products to soccer specialty stores throughout Canada. For more information and to order custom soccer scarves in Canada, go to

Ruffneck Scarves has served as supplier to the Canadian Soccer Association and both the men’s and women’s national teams. In addition Ruffneck Scarves has provided custom scarves to Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C. the Windsor Spitfires of the Ontario Hockey League.

About Ruffneck Scarves
Ruffneck Scarves was founded in 2007 with the goal of becoming the world’s foremost producer of soccer scarves and delivering them to the game’s fanatics around the globe. Based in Seattle, Ruffneck has become America’s leading producer of sports scarves and the exclusive sub-licensee for Adidas to Major League Soccer and its member clubs. For more information, visit


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